The cause of sweating and body odor most probably stems from your body`s temperature regulation system,
specifically your sweat glands.
Excessive sweating can occasionally be a sign of illness.
it is one of the symptoms of an overactive thyroid gland,
which increases the body`s metabolic rate –
the rate at which food and oxygen are burned to provide energy.
Other factors that contribute to excessively sweating include genetics,
and side effects to certain medications.
Sweating is obviously exacerbated by heat,
but anxiety and obesity can also accentuate the problem.
OTC antiperspirants are used for profuse sweating.
The most effective are those that contain aluminium chlorohydrate.
such preparations may themselves cause irritation.
Inflammation and infection can result from the combined effect of shaving and chemicals.
There are also conventional oral medications for controlling sweating,
but again unpleasant side effects may occur and they should be used only for extreme cases.
These work by drying bodily secretions,
and tend to come with unwanted side-effects such as dry mouth,
dizziness and cardiovascular concerns.
As a last resort,
there are surgical procedures to control perspiration,
but they are usually reserved for cases resistant to all other form of treatment.
Many people are now turning to natural remedies as a first step towards treating excessive sweating caused by overactive sweat glands.
There are a number of natural ingredients that can help reduce sweating and treat some of the underlying causes.
helps to reduce excessive sweating and clamminess.
Lupulus as well as Castoreum and Argentum Nitricum help to address sweating,
especially when related to nervousness,
or obsessive thoughts.
Lastly the ingredient Syphilinum helps to control fluid levels in the body,
while also helping to control body odor which commonly accompanies excessive sweating.
Choose natural-fiber clothing - Wear natural fabrics,
such as cotton,
wool and silk,
which allow your skin to breathe.
Wear loose fitting and light clothing that allows your skin to breathe.
Wear light colored clothing that will not absorb the heat.
When you exercise,
you might prefer high-tech fabrics that wick moisture away from your skin.